Columbus is the political and educational capital of Ohio. Anchored by state government and Ohio State University, with 66,000 students, the local economy is experiencing an increase in business investment. The city has become an operations center for financial services companies, with two large institutions—JP Morgan Chase and Nationwide—each employing more than 10,000 people in the region.

In 2015, Columbus had the highest wage growth among large U.S. cities. Sustained development has brought thousands of new residents to the downtown area. With rising population and low unemployment, consumption is growing rapidly in Columbus. Serving local consumers requires significant logistics and warehouse space.

Columbus’s location, in both the middle of Ohio and the country, makes it an important regional and national hub for logistics. Some 47 percent of the United States population resides within a 10-hour drive of Columbus, making it an ideal location for industrial warehouse property.

Prologis owns and operates dozens of industrial warehouses in the Columbus region, many of them on the west side of town, near the junction of Interstates 70 and 270.

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Featured Property

Southpark 1, Grove City, Ohio

Southpark 1

Grove City, Ohio

This 126,200 SF (11,724 SQM) industrial warehouse outside of Columbus has easy access to interstates 71 and 270.

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Prologis provides well-located efficient distribution centers so our customers can set the pace in a fast-moving world. Whether a customer needs more space, less space, different space – we listen, respond and deliver. See our logistics space for lease in this market below.